To the amazing fans/vol family-despite hoping and praying there is still no answer/resolution & we do not know when he will play again!
— MrsTrilla44 (@Lady44Couch) October 18, 2013
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee — The wife of Tennessee senior defensive tackle Mo Couch said there has been no resolution to her husband’s case and no word on when, or if, he will play again.
Stephanie Couch tweeted the update on Friday.
Mo Couch was declared ineligible five weeks ago after a Yahoo Sports report alleged that he and former UT quarterback Tyler Bray received cash payments from Luther Davis. Davis, a former Alabama football player, was allegedly acting as a “concierge” or intermediary between college players and NFL agents and financial advisers.
Tennessee’s only statement on the matter was that the university was investigating the allegations.
Couch, who is married with a child, is from Orlando, Fla., and arrived at UT in 2011 after a stint at Garden City (Kan.) Community College.